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Autumn leaves , Beech, Hornbeam, Beech – a painting a day

November 7, 2010 Leave a comment Go to comments

This painting has been framed and is for sale
size 6 in x 9 in, 15cm x 24cm

No1 son has gone off to the frozen North to look at rivers. I am feeling slightly anxious about this as there really is snow forecast for Monday on the teeth of a gale. He is not designed for heat retention being extremely thin, also he never thinks it’s a good idea to put any thought into dressing for the weather.

The leaves are all falling in great heaps now; there is a job for months, if not life ,out there on my own back lawn. I dug out a bag of old leaf mould the other day and it proves it is worth collecting and composting the leaves. I have enough to layer it six inches deep on the new bed (which needs it as it’s very clayish).

The painting is of some richly coloured Beech leaves with, I think, a Hornbeam leaf in the middle.

#151 a painting a day by Alison Warner on her lemon a day art blog

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